Dementia Videos

Dementia Videos: This page provides links to Dementia related videos we’ve found across the web. You should also check our Video Blog Posts section. Thank you to the websites listed for making these videoms publicly available. If you know of a video you think we should list here, please contact us.

Dementia Brain Tour



The Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Brain Tour is a free educational video resource that includes chapters on the brain and how brain cells function, Alzheimer’s disease, Posterior Cortical Atrophy, vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies, fronto-temporal dementia and other rarer causes of dementia.

View On Alzheimer’s Ssociey website here>>>

View on YouTube here >>>


Is It Dementia?

Is It Dementia – Introduction | Emergency Services from Short Focus Films on Vimeo.


Is It Dementia Screen ShotAlzheimer’s Australia have a website aimed at educating people working in various industry sectors about Dementia and recoginising the signs in people they may come across.

The Is It Dementia website content has been tailored for the following industries:

  • Community
  • Rail, Taxi, Bus & Coach
  • Emergency Services
  • Retail
  • Fire
  • Banking; and
  • Correctional Services

The resources section of the Is It Dementia website provides each industry sector with:

  • Fact sheets
  • Facilitator questions
  • Videos that can be streamed or downloaded
  • Audio files; and
  • Transcripts

Streaming Well

Streaming Well Dementia VideosStreaming Well is a digital health publisher reaching millions of patients and healthcare professionals worldwide. Their website publishes evidence-based educational videos that help educate patients and inform healthcare professionals. Our videos engage, inspire, and empower patients and physicians to learn from one another and help patients seek and comply with their treatments.

Follow the links below to view their collection of Alzheimer’s videos streamed for free:

  • Memory problems are just one of the first signs that someone may be suffering with Alzheimer’s disease. In the following video medical experts discuss other early signs of Alzheimer’s disease, how to tell the difference between normal ageing and dementia, and how to approach someone with your concerns.
  • The first signs of Alzheimers disease are easily overlooked and put down to just part of old age forgetfulness. The following animation is designed to educate families to take action if they have concerns about a loved one.
  • A dementia like Alzheimers disease is heart-breaking for the sufferer and their loved ones. If you are awaiting a diagnosis then find out more about the disease. Understanding the challenges ahead may help you become better prepared for the future.
  • In this video Dr. Craig Ritchie discusses some common misunderstandings of Alzheimer’s disease, Terry Pratchett and interviews a patient and his carer about his condition and the support available to them. Watch this short film to learn about Alzheimer’s treatment and intervention.
  • There are currently 800,000 people with dementia. So what is dementia? Find out what this set of diseases are and their symptoms and causes.
  • Around 800,000 people suffer from dementia in the UK. But what is Alzheimer’s and what are its symptoms?
  • Alzheimer’s is by far the most common type of dementia, but do you know the warning signs. Watch to find out about the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and when you should visit the doctor.
  • Is there a cure for Alzheimers? Find out about the different medication prescribed in the treatment for Alzheimers.

HBO: The Alzheimer’s Project

Grandpa Do You Know Who I AmWhile there is no cure for the disease, THE ALZHEIMER’S PROJECT shows there is now genuine reason to be optimistic about the future. Created by the award-winning team behind HBO’s acclaimed “Addiction” project, this multi-platform series takes a close look at groundbreaking discoveries made by the country’s leading scientists, as well as the effects of this debilitating and fatal disease both on those with Alzheimer’s and on their families.

  • The Memory Loss Tapes: This verité documentary profiles seven people living with the disease, each in an advancing state of dementia, from its earliest detectable changes through death. More >>>
  • Grandpa Do You Know Who I Am?: This film tells five stories of children, ages 6-15, who are coping with grandfathers or grandmothers living with Alzheimer’s disease. More >>>
  • Momentum In Science: Amidst the heartbreak of Alzheimer’s, there is real reason for hope. This two-hour, two-part documentary takes viewers inside the laboratories and clinics of 25 leading scientists and physicians, who seek to discover what can be done to better detect and diagnose Alzheimer’s, delay the onset of memory loss, affect the brain changes associated with the disease, and ultimately prevent Alzheimer’s disease altogether. More >>>
  • Caregivers: Seventy percent of people with Alzheimer’s live at home, cared for by family and friends. As Bill Couturié explains: “Not only is it very expensive to pay for care in a nursing home, but the patient is someone you love a lot – a mother, father, spouse. Someone who has taken care of you, and so it’s only natural to want to take care of them.” More >>>

Norm Mc Namara’s Video Blog

Norman Mc Namara smiling as usualNorman Mc Namara was diagnosed with dementia five years ago aged just 50yrs old. Two years ago Norman was re-diagnosed as having Dementia with Lewy Bodies because of symptoms that were showing themselves. Norman has kindly granted Dementia Journeys permission to re-post his work as part of his mission to let people hear from people suffering with Dementia.

  • From Alzheimers to Lewy Bodies View>>>
  • Dementia From the heart View >>>
  • My Dementia The story so far View>>>
  • Does Dementia and depression go hand in Hand? View >>>
  • The benifits of an early diagnosis View >>>
  • When the carers need caring for View >>>
  • Video about End of life care View >>>
  • Dementia and bereavement View >>>
  • A Little about me View >>>
  • Talk on Alzheimer’s (i reveal at the end i have dementia) View >>>
  • Speech for nurses and medics View >>>
  • Dementia and christmas View >>>
  • When i won my award for pride Of britain 2012 View >>>

Young Onset Dementia – Keith Oliver’s Story

Keith Oliver, a successful and respected Head Teacher, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at the age of 55. Here he describes his early symptoms, how it affects him now, and how he copes. This video was made as part of a training project. Keith is very keen to raise awareness and spread a positive message, This is his story…


Somerset Care’s Petals Series

Julie And Anne VideoCaring well for people with dementia requires skill and imagination. Somerset Care is leading the way, working with experts to create environments that promote and nurture ability. This series of videos tells stories of Dementia Journeys narrated by those taking the journey:



KIm & Harold’s Love Story

Heartwarming love story about a couple facing young onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in Calgary. This is a condition that affects thousands in Canada and the U.S.A.. Caregiver Kim and her husband Harold share the unexpected gifts they’ve received as a result of Harold’s condition, the importance of staying positive and talk about how they cope. More than 747,000 Canadians and millions in the U.S.A are currently living with dementia. Share their story and help raise awareness for the cause!

Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures 2013 (USA)

More than 5 million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s disease in 2013. One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Deaths from other major diseases such as heart disease, HIV/AIDS and stroke continue to experience significant declines, while Alzheimer’s deaths continue to rise — increasing 68 percent from 2000 to 2010

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Remember When

Remember When is the story of a spouse trying to cope with her husbands loss of mind and spirit while still relishing in the brief moments of clarity that they share together.

Gregory Petsko at TEDMED 2012

Alzheimer’s may strike 100 million people by 2050. Gregory Petsko, Chair of the Department of Biochemistry at Brandeis University, asks: We know our population is ageing. What can we do now to help prevent this catastrophe?


Planning for End of Life for People with Dementia

Professor Colleen CartwrightThis series of videos from Alzheimer’s Australia features Professor Colleen Cartwright Director ASLaRC, Aged Care Services Unit, Southern Cross University and Adjunct Professor, UNSW Medical Faculty, Rural Clinical School.

  • Planning for End of Life for People with Dementia Part 1- Video 1/3 View >>>
  • Planning for End of Life for People with Dementia Part 1- Video 2/3 View >>>
  • Planning for End of Life for People with Dementia Part 1 – Video 3/3 View >>>
  • Planning for the End of Life for People with Dementia Seminar Part 2
    Part 2 looks at the issue of euthanasia and explores the arguments on both sides of the debate, including particular issues relevant to people with dementia. View >>>


“Pass Time” – Living with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimers can be a tragic, aggravating, patience-destroying disease. My Gran had Alzheimers. She was an amazing woman. It was during one of my last conversations with her that I realised it could be a shocking, nostalgic and surprisingly joyous affliction! Once you remember (we often forget) that elderly people have MUCH more experience at life than “wise-old-you”, their reality, whatever it may be, can be an amazing ride. Cherish them and embrace it.

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